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Skill Level: Confident Beginner (2 / 5)
::: Pattern Description :::
I reworked the piecing technique from my Beacon quilt design to create less waste, and I ended up with the High Road Low Road quilt block based design. The pattern contains detailed instructions for creating the block and suggestions for how to make your own version of the quilt in 6 different sizes: baby, lap, twin, double, queen, or king.
As I was exploring the layout options for this quilt design, I was struck by the up and down / bridge like shapes that this pattern develops. Whether I choose to walk over the bridge or scamper down to stroll along in the stream below, I hope that I remember to enjoy the journey.
This quilt offers ample background / negative space for quilting fun, interesting angles, and it is a great stash / scrap buster.
::: Sizing / Finished Measurements :::
Baby – 48 1/2″ x 48 1/2″
Lap – 64 1/2″ x 80 1/2″
Twin – 64 1/2″ x 88 1/2″
Double – 72 1/2″ x 88 1/2″
Queen – 88 1/2″ x 96 1/2″
King – 104 1/2″ x 104 1/2″
Materials: See image of back cover for materials list in all quilt sizes.
::: You Will Also Need :::
A square ruler: 9″ (or larger)
Your preferred fabric marking tool
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